In the meantime, Muldrow will load up on the unofficial visits with trips to Penn State [October 14th versus Michigan], Rutgers [October 29th versus Connecticut], Virginia, and West Virginia. Due to its proximity, Muldrow doesn't see an unofficial trip to North Carolina as possible.
Muldrow has paid so little attention to recruiting that he hasn't established a favorites list and has no idea what schools he will take official visits with. He is, however, strongly considering North Carolina.
"I'm looking at everybody right now," said Muldrow. "[North Carolina] was actually my childhood favorite, because of basketball. They're definitely one of the schools that I'm taking a hard look at."
In addition to the Tar Heels, Boston College, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Miami, Michigan State, N.C. State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers, Virginia, and West Virginia are also being considered for official visits by Muldrow.
With a few spots open for offensive linemen, North Carolina has kept the communication line open with Muldrow.
"Last time, I talked to them on the phone was before the football season," said Muldrow. "But, I get text messages from them regularly, though."
The Tar Heels' coaching staff, who is recruiting Muldrow for left offensive tackle, has discussed their situation regarding the recruitment of offensive linemen with Muldrow.
"They have a lot of guards committed, so they still need some tackles," said Muldrow. "There are a lot of schools like that."
Currently, Penn holds a slightly misleading 2-3 record as Muldrow averages a handful of pancake blocks a game.